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is on line trying to figure out from the u.s. geological service is what we think might have happened might have happened what is the latest? >> nothing official. i was holding on with two hands with my seat. things are shaking in the studio. checking the site here. i will monitor it and see if we didn't have a local earthquake. it's certainly possible. >> when you are on live tv, you can't what was it? we will check it out for you. we'll be right back.  this doesn't have to be our future. not if the senate acts now on legislation to promote energy efficiency, biofuels, and renewable energy sources. let's make america more energy independent, protect our environment, and create millions of new jobs right here at home - instead of losing those jobs to other countries. if you want to change america's energy future, call your senators and tell them to support clean energy legislation now. >>> live look over our area. tucker what you were searching for apparently we had an earthquake at five minutes after 5:00 this morning. >> breaking news. in fact we did have an earthquake ten minu
on board the u.s.s. george washington. >> reporter: war games ain the waters off south korea dubbed operation international spirit are wrapping up their second day. more than a dozen ships are in the maneuvers including the u.s.s. george washington. there are flyovers an continuous flight operations prosecute the carrier day and night. their goal, getting u.s. and south korea to operate better together. >> this alliance is very strong. it is always a great opportunity to work with them. >> reporter: the two countries hope to send a signal to north korea. the suspected singing by a north korean submarine of a south korean shipset off a round of tensions. the latest round of maneuvers has brought a lot everett rick. north korea calls the exercise hostile threaten ago i nuclear sack red war where by our mere presence here, it brings peace and stability to the region. >> but think there is a chance that they might try something stupid? >> sure. and you always have to be prepared. >> reporter: north korea has brand the u.s.-south korean naval exer
over a ceremony for new citizens in baghdad. more than 200 u.s. service members were sworn in as american citizens. there was an attack at the u.s. embassy in baghdad. no injuries or damage reported from that shelling. >>> president obama wants to start pulling troops out afghanistan but the region is still in turmoil and that has some lawmakers concerned about the president's deadline. as general david petraeus officially takes the rips of the war in afghanistan, it renews the controversy over the president's decision to start withdrawing troops in july 2011. general pet ray also tried to tamp down current during his confirmation hearing recently on capitol hill. >> it is important to note the pre's reminder in recent dies that july 2011 will mark the beginning of the process, not the date when the u.s. heads to the exits an turns out the lights. >> but lawmakers are concerned even the mention of a date has hurt the u.s. effort in afghanistan. >> i think he did it so the afghans wouldn't think we would stay here for offer but on balance, i think it was a mistake buzz it se
. >> reporter: this 2 #-page lawsuit filed here in u.s. district court alleges fraud, misrepresentation, defamation and demands the establishment of paternity. it details how he and lebron's mother gloria met in march of 1984 at a d.c. bar called the d.c. space. >> we socialized there for the evening. then i drove her to my home which was at the time in annandale, virginia and she spent the evening. >> reporter: she went back homing to ohio. he says three months later, gloria james pumped into him at the same d.c. bar and visited him at my apartment. >> she was only at my apartment when she came back to washington and disclosed that she was pregnant for maybe 30 minutes at most. >> reporter: he says she didn't sigh say he was the father. >> i said, as she left, well, if he is mine, make sure he plays basketball. and she said, i will. >> reporter: is he the dad? gloria james didn't put his them on lebron's birth cert cai. paternity test shows zero probability he is the father. but he says he thinks that test was tampered with. he wants lebron to take another one but the basketball star h
on the u.s. revenge attack. the video will, but was not say when it was recorded. he also says he has video of him leading with pakistan leaders. he pleaded guilty last month for attempting to set off the bomb in new york city. >>> coming up on fox 5 morning news this $100 bill looks pretty real, but take a closer look. fake $100 bills and police say they found a lot of them. >>> also coming up in just a few moments, we'll get you the latest on the forecast. we'll tell you about that. julie is going to take a look at this morning's rush hour as well. fox 5 morning news will be right back. it is 5:11.  this doesn't have to be our future. not if the senate acts now on legislation to promote energy efficiency, biofuels, and renewable energy sources. let's make america more energy independent, protect our environment, and create millions of new jobs right here at home - instead of losing those jobs to other countries. if you want to change america's energy future, call your senators and tell them to support clean energy legislation now. >>> if you know the answer, if not you
't rupture. >>> new this morning, new u.s. sanctions against north korea. we have the details. we check more headlines. >>> a u.s. capital police officer facing serious charges an might try to swing a deal. >>> racially charged comments from an employee at the department of agriculture. will she be forced to resign. >>> going back to the breaking news from northwest washington, a person shot just a short time ago in georgetown. police tell us it happened near # 1st and m streets. right now, as can you see, police have m street blocked off at wisconsin avenue. we've got crews down there. we'll continue for follow these developments as fox 5 morning news continues. police tell us it happened near 31st and m streets. guys remember we're a solar system. mars is down...and... um it's only 10am. who hasn't had their jimmy dean breakfast this morning? mmmm! now lets orbit i feel awesome. you're all awesome. jimmy dean breakfast sandwiches, fight the morning fade. >>> hillary clinton is announcing that the u.s. will impose new saskatchewan shuns against north kore
being called the largest leak in u.s. history. three news papers were given access to some 90,000 classified documents about the war in afghanistan. the white house is con emdiagnose the leak saying they put american lives at risk. >>> coming up next, new developments in the search for two missing u.s. sailors. the taliban says it knows where they are and wants to make a deal with the united states. >>> also ahead, fidel castro back in the headline as this country marks an historic day. we're taking a break and coming right back. rd >>> missing americans in falk making headlinant the taliban claims they killed one of the u.s. sailors in a gunfight an abducted the other. the two navy personnel left their base on friday but never told anyone. the military is still conducting a massive search for them and is handing out flyers with their photos. >>> in cambodia, 35 years later, some justice for genocide victims actually war crimes court sentenceed a former leader to 35 years in prison moment expect the leader to serve at least 19 years of that sentence. it is th
. cars and a church were damaged from the falling debris. no injuries were reported. >>> and the u.s. government says it is disappointed not to extra died romanian pulanski. the los angeles district attorney is blasting the decision. the director pled from the u.s. in 1977. he was going to be sentenced after pleading guilty to unlawful swefpl a 13 yearly girl. a warrant is active and the state department will try to extradite him. >>> not a year into the seat on the supreme court and justin so toe mayier is writing a memberror t will be released in english and spanish. and so from there is no word on a title or release date. >>> the battle to lose weight and keep it off. the battle millions are struggling with. we'll hear the answer. what a doctor is saying. >>> problems with the commute and the forecast. . this doesn't have to be our future. not if the senate acts now on legislation to promote energy efficiency, biofuels, and renewable energy sources. let's make america more energy independent, protect our environment, and create millions of new jobs right here at home - instead of
here looking back at me. >> u.s. airways are saying that the plane was cleaned in atlanta and passengers reboarded and flew to charlotte. the aircraft was taken out of service and fumigated. >>> more ahead this morning. as fox 5 morning news at 5:00 begins right now. >>> it is a beautiful start to your morning. july 1st, 2010. a look at the national -- capital, but the temperatures don't feel like summer. >>> it should be a great day weather-wise. not the same for texas and mexico. >> that is right. hurricane alex made landfall overnight as a category 2 hurricane and weakened to a category 1. texas was spared a direct hit, but there is concerns about flooding and two tornadoes. it is not close to the gulf oil spill. but large waves pushed oil to a inland. >>> you can track the tropics from your laptop, desk, or phone. >>> all right. speaking of weather. tucker is here now to tell us what to expect. a nice day. >> it is a wonderful start. the temperatures in the and 60s. the humidity is way down, 42% and lots of sunshine today. highs later this afternoon. 80 degrees. so, fo
are also bringing question. husband john cane's moving company was sued by the u.s. government for under workers in violation of federal contract rules for issuing false documents claiming it was in compliance. >> it's a federal review issue. it has nothing to do with candidate. >> other side is engaged, nobody wants to hear this as you see from the polls. they want to see, what do you want to do to create jobs. >> when asked aball of this today, cane's opponent come to lieutenant government the impor voter looked very closely at when they head to the poll. >> if ms. cane was on the board of directors of a company during a period of time when it's -- their allegations of false claims made to the federal government, then if voters are asking about that, then the questions ought to be answered. >> no one is perfect, including me. but if you're looking for someone that shares my vision, my views, i tell them the i'm the right person. >>> thanks, our coverage of the race continues, we will have a live interview with bob url ik and his running mate during the 8:00 hour. >>> final respect for
:00 this morning. today's meeting is somewhat of a restart following recent tensions concerning u.s. policy in the middle east. we have a report. >> reporter: there was tension arks late night meeting and no photos were released. that was last time the israeli prime minister met president obama in the white house last march. this time, there is a whole new strategy. netanyahu will receive the royal treatment when he comes to the white house tomorrow morning. he will stay at the official white house guest house, the blair house. and he will also join president obama in a joint press conference, a first for both leaders since taking office. the white house's new approach may be an effort to hit the restart button but the focus will object restarting direct peace talks with the palestinians. jet netanyahu says he is ready for the peace talks. he wants to establish the borders from for a palestinian state. he is willing to address a way to have israel's security needs. the white house will have to figure out an understanding with israel for peace talks to keep advancing. palestinians say they w
countries. >> reporter: but critics of israel say the u.s. hasn't spoken out enough over the treatment of palestinians. >> what kind of chutzpah sends you out to tell people to do things we don't do ourselves. >> reporter: former ambassador edward peck was on board one of the gaza flotilla ships boarded by israeli forces in may. he says israel cannot create peace on its own through force. >> by definition, either they are all living in peace and security or none of them are so israel can't do it by itself. >> reporter: tom fitzgerald, fox 5 news. >> thank you. >>> a shooting outside a nightclub as a birthday celebration for michael vick was wrapping up. we have results of the police investigation. so is the fallen football star facing more legal trouble now? find out when we come back. >>> while we deal with the heat wave, it is flooding in other parts of the country causing problems. we'll have more on what others are dealing with when fox 5 morning news returns. >>> first, here is a look at stocks. stocks. ♪ welcome to ultimate rewards from chase. no blackouts, no restrictions on a
finally wins the big one. that distinction moves onto the netherlands. >> back to the u.s., john wall in his wizards debut, facing golden state in a summer league game. dribbles, shots, wizards up two, wall is a rookie. he is going to turn it over a few times. he had eight turnovers, but -- wizards up 6, 4th quarter. wizards won 84-79. >> it felt good. i started it to play and started finding my teammates. i think i had a great performance. >> friday all of baseball pauses for the all -- tuesday, all of the baseball pauses for all-star break. and the nats are off until friday. > >> there is progress. we want to get to the point where we are not satisfied with progress. we want to make the neck step. the home stand 5-5 is kind of -- you know, we just have to regroup after the break here and go play good on the road. >> the orioles playing better ball, looking for a four-game sweep of the texas rangenners. tied at one coreeny patterson going the other way. craig tatum scores. patterson, 3-1 lead and that's all they would need. baltimore wins 4-1. they go into the all-star break with the
state he was abducted by u.s. spies last year after disappearing a pill gram imagine rather. but the state department denies that. >> he has been in the united states on his own free will and he is free to go. in fact, he was scheduled to travel to iran yesterday, but was unable to make all of the necessary arrangements to reach iran through trance sent companies. >> iranian interests are handled by pakistan embassy. >>> a bold new strategy to fight the spread of hiv and aids. coming up next we're going to layout what the obama administration is calling for. >> we know that 1.1 million people are living with hiv in the united states. we know that 56,000 people are infected every year. >>> checking your morning commute and forecast this morning. it's a little rough out there this morning. we'll get the details coming up. you're watching fox 5 morning news. it's now 5:42. [ male announcer ] thinking about your florida vacation and about what's happening in the gulf? well, florida has 825 miles of beaches... and 1,260 miles of coastline. so, there's plenty of places in florida
through. i don't want nobody to go through this, any u.s. citizen to go through what i went through. >> he has to pay a nearly $1,500 hotel bill he racked up in egypt while he was waiting to go home. >>> elena kagan is facing the first vote on her nomination to the supreme court later today. and there is one big question. we'll have an update to that next. >>> a big drug bust in maryland. here is some of what police say they found. >>> a woman charged with killing her own father. we'll have detail coming up next. you are watching fox 5 morning news. ws. this doesn't have to be our future. not if the senate acts now on legislation to promote energy efficiency, biofuels, and renewable energy sources. let's make america more energy independent, protect our environment, and create millions of new jobs right here at home - instead of losing those jobs to other countries. if you want to change america's energy future, call your senators and tell them to support clean energy legislation now. >>> a northern virginia woman is accused of murdering her elderly father. neighbors say 53-year-old patric
. >> reporter: he says the science doesn't show that touching it leads it harmful levels of exposure. the u.s. food and drug admission is currently studying bpa. the agency says it has some concerns about toxic effects on unborn babies and children and supports efforts to reduce contact with the chemical. >> when the consumer becomes aware, retailers will change their mind. >> reporter: not every retailer uses bpa coated paper. ewg hopes the others will do the same. melanie alnwick, fox 5 news. >> thank you. >>> safeway tells fox 5, the company is weighing the various studies and getting information from its paper supplier. the fda is expected to make a decision on bpa sometime in 2012. >>> the road to a hopeful spot minister super bowl starts today. coming up at 6:00, dave ross will join us live from redskin park with effect we need to know about the burgundy and gold -- with everything we need to know about the burgundy and gold. >>> coming up at 8:00, thousand save your trees, shrubs and plants from storm damage as another system is approaching. that is coming up in our garden grow segmen
threats this morning against the federal judge would ruled on the arizona immigration law. u.s. marshals say district judge susan bolton has received thousands of phone calls and e- mails since she handed down her decision on wednesday. and even though bolton put the most controversial parts of the law on hold, hundreds came out to protest in phoenix against the law. police arrested about 50 people there. >>> lawyers for new york congressman charles rang el have reportedly reached a plea deal in his ethics case. rang el is accused of 1 ethics violations ranging from failing to disclose more than $600,000 on financial forms to failing to declare rental income on a villa he owns in the dominican republic. sources say rang el's reps and the lawyers for the houses committee investigating him northed some kind of teal but no word on the details. >>> look at this pole full of signs on k street. it's lot taller than i am, one, two, three, four, five signs and the folk would park around here say it is getting a little confusing. >>> showers and thunderstorms out of here. we are in for a fine-loo
. investors around the globe reacting to ben bernanke's comments that the u.s. economy remains unusually uncertain. that triggered a late did i sell-off. the dow down 109 points yesterday. we're back in a moment. pm y,an >>> making headlines, hillary clinton, the secretary of state, is in vietnam marking 15 years normal regulars with the united states. she is also there for a three- day -- for a two-day summit of the asean regional security forum. she was in south korea with defense secretary gates yesterday. they both announced joint military exercises with south korea next week. this morning, the north is condemning those planned exercises. >>> a wild scene caught on camera off the coast of south africa. an amazing display of power from a 33-foot whale. look at this. the southern right we'll breaching water of off cape twiewntown and crashing down onto that boat. that whale weighs about 40 tons. so what did d. it look like afterward. there you go. the whale came down on top of the mast. two people on board the boat were not surety. they say the engine was off and the whale could not he
six colleges and universities in the u.s. one of those schools in connecticut is the defendant in a lawsuit. you see, in an effort to save money, they dropped several varsity sports including women's volleyball. federal law requires equality between male and female athletes so they replaced it with competitive cheer. the judge said that is not good enough. the judge wrote : >> it is true that you need somebody to enforce the law. >> reporter: nina is awe an attorney at the national women's law center. >> while schools want to cut costs and that is understandable and sometime sports or the chopping block, they can't cut costs on the back of women. >> at maryland, female agent lets get respect. >> in the weight room just like the female athletes. we have tutoring support services. we have sports medicine services. we have access for beautiful facilities and everything that we need to compete and compete strong. >> reporter: this judge looked at things like who the competitive cheer squads were competing against and how they recruit. all of that went into him making his decision.
credit, debit, and business cards. chase what matters. >>> making headlines, three u.s. coast guard chopper members were killed in a helicopter crash that went down just off james island near la push, washington which is about 100 miles west of seattle. a fourth person on board did survive and is expected to make a full recovery. the crew was heading from oregon back to their base in alaska. it appears the chopper flew low and got tangled up in some power lines. >>> say person of interest in the abduction of a 4-year-old in missouri is in the hospital this morning. police say the unidentified man shot himself when officers went to his home to question him. so far, no word on his condition. man's home is about halfway between where that young girl that you are looking at was taken from her front yard monday night in a st. louis suburb where she was found late tuesday. >>> there are new details in the abduction of jaycee dugard, that girl held captive in california for 1 years by a paroled rapist who fathered two of her children. a report prepared by the state attorney general's offic
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